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Shmishek, designed to diagnose the type of accentuation of the character of a person;
Of the second (the rendering of the words), perhaps the most trying of all faults is that of singing line after line without the accentuation of any syllables.
2%) patients in premorbid demonstrated pathological personality deviations, usually in the form of character accentuations, rarely in the form of psychopathy.
This question leads us to offer the following theoretical speculations in which we characterize career paths toward involvement in honors programs as a series of initial attractions and subsequent accentuations.
However, around 1600 the word had two accentuations, with stress either on the first or on the second syllable; see H.
The model features a dual tone finish of black and white with golden copper-coloured accentuations below the front and rear lower bumper and on the side skirts, golden copper finish on the 20-inch machined alloy wheels, and a front end with revised grille with twin projector headlamps and LED DRLs along with LED DRLs as fog lights on the lower bumper.
Even though the basic speed is among the slowest I am familiar with, within a single movement incredible things are happening--slight modifications, with none of the phrases being ordinary or flat, and immense dynamism, unexpected accentuations and phrasing that I have not previously heard.
So, too, on page 37, the question of the postclassical accentuation of words such as pone in order to distinguish the adverbial form from the imperative pone, is a matter of opposition (as in import, import).